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Tuesday, 6 November 2012

Super "Kick" Curry Fish Head at Bangsar


Papa had to collect a bag that he sent for repair at Amcorp Mall. But the store was closed as the owner went out for lunch. While waiting, we also had our "lunch" at Uncle Snack next to BookXcess.


Well....while nearby lor.....sure drop in and "grab" some books mah. 

After collecting the bag, Papa asked me where I wanna go. I told him gai-gai some more. Hence we went round and round....some how ended up in Bangsar.

Mamarazzi suggested that we go buy some Curry Fish Head Since we were in Bangsar. Long time have not ate the curry fish head from this stall.

It's at Lorong Ara Kiri XXX...don't no what number..the street name got "Plastered" by various "advertisements". If not mistaken, it should be Lorong Ara  Kiri 3


Very BIG Fish Head. Ah Kong Likes the Curry Fish Head from this stall last time.

When we got home, Mamarazzi chopped some Okra to add into the curry.


According to Papa and Mamarazzi the Okra really makes the dish taste good. 


But for me....

I would stick to the Fried Chicken...NO CILI!

55 comments:

  1. Both looks very tempting but I will grab the fish head with ladies fingers. Perfect with a plate of white rice.

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  2. Clever boy! You have good taste in food!!! I would much sooner go to the chicken wings too! Looks so good.... I guess that's why you like Sibu kampua...and sio bee, eh? You certainly know what's good! Hehehehehehe!!!!!

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  3. Sedapnya!!! Auntie Lina long time haven't cooked curry fish head. *drool*

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  4. I want both, curry fish head AND fried chicken.

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  5. The fried chicken look good.

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  6. Books, curry fishhead, fried chicken - all good! Kai kai too. Lucky boy!

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  7. curry fish head..
    I am not so fancy about it..
    but the fried ayam goreng looks good le..
    I also suka..

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    1. Curry fish head is my husband's favourite.

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    2. This curry fish head famous over there

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  8. oooo I never know that Bangsar is famous of curry fish head..
    seems like Indian style ?

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    1. Yes indian style. Lunch time a lot of people eat there though its under a tree

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  9. Curry fish head~ yum, but I wonder why must use the fish head and not the fish body?

    I'm not good at eating the fish head :`(

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    1. With a good curry such as this, I can have 2 bowls of rice (fan tong, remember?) and asking for the 3rd one :D

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    2. actually also have a lot of meat punya

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  10. Friend chicken? Kitty cat's best friend is chicken? LOL~

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    1. Hehe, I know all kids like fried chicken very much, including my 2 monkeys~

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    2. Fried Chicken is kids' best freind.

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    3. Friend chicken and nuggets :p

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  11. me either ill stick with the fried chicken

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  12. i never thought there's a certain dish out of fish head thats pretty cool

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  13. so you bought four more books? haha i bet you'll need a book shelf of your own now

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    1. Nope...need one whole big library. have more than 2000 books now

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  14. have a great day and happy bloggin to you small god bless you and your lovely family

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  15. Great have curry will travel haha. Those brainless people stick all those adverts on the road sign are out of their mind as that could 'kill' someone during an emergency as the ambulance cannot find the right location.

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  16. Mamarazzi has new books to munch, food are only meant for paparazzia and Small Kuching.

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  17. I must buy some okra tmr as I hv got fish head. Intend to cook curry fish head tmr for lunch.

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  18. In this country, we use okra to make GUMBO (a Louisiana dish)... It is delicious --and quite spicy. We also enjoy Fried Okra as a country vegetable added to a meal.... YUM...
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  19. aiyoh poor thing, why small kucing frowning at that bowl of ipoh hor fun?? i thot he loves noodles??

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    1. when was it that you went to amcorp mall?? i went there on sunday evening for dinner at the haeun khon restaurant, just opposite BookXcess woh..

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    2. huh?? that place in Bangsar ah?? Bangsar high class place woh, got such rundown stall selling curry fish head one meh?? haha..

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    3. but uncle SK also don't fancy curry fish head like small kucing lah, kari fish maybe lah but not the head lah, haha!! so uncle SK will also prefer that "friend chicken" lor~~ the chicken looks very nice indeed!!

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    4. Coz wanna go to the toy shop nearby lor and dun wanna eat

      Was there manyak time. This one was last month

      Yes, i bangsar. Some where behind the TMC supermarket.

      You dont fancy Curry fish head ah? what about sup tulang?

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  20. I am a lover for curry fish head...esp the soft soft gel part there.. :)

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  21. Hi Small Kucing,

    I would stick to the fried chicken too, I can't take spicy food. Hahaha.

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  22. The fish head really huge however the curry gravy was too little, no?

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    1. there is some more gravy. one more packet. did not pour in

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